Person: Ringrose, John Robert
John Ringrose is an English mathematician who is a leading world expert on nonselfadjoint operators and operator algebras.
Mathematical Profile (Excerpt):
 After leaving the school, Ringrose entered St John's College, Cambridge and he received an M.A., then later a Ph.D. from Cambridge in 1957.
 After completing his Ph.D., Ringrose was appointed a lecturer in mathematics at King's College of the University of NewcastleuponTyne in 1957.
 He was also elected a fellow of his old College, St John's College, Cambridge.
 He remained at Cambridge for two years then, in 1963, Ringrose returned to Newcastle where he was appointed a senior lecturer in mathematics.
 Ringrose is a leading world expert on nonselfadjoint operators and operator algebras.
 The second volume treats advanced topics which Ringrose and Kadison consider to be fundamental for an understanding of current research in operator algebras.
 The Royal Society of London elected Ringrose as a fellow in 1977 and he has also been elected a fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh.
Born 21 December 1932, Edmonton, London, England.
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